Harris Sets Official Opening of Virginia Cyber Integration Center for May 27

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Harris Corporation (NYSE: HRS) announced it will officially open its new Harrisonburg, Va.-based Cyber Integration Center this week.

The high-security 140,000 square-foot facility was designed and built with industry leading partners VCE, EMC, VMware, RSA, Cisco, HP, BMC and Lee Technologies and will offer technology and cloud-computing services for the government market.

In attendance for the ribbon-cutting ceremony will be Harris Chairman Howard L. Lance, Harris Vice President of Cyber Integrated Solutions Dale Meyerrose, Virginia State Secretary of Technology James D. Duffey, Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.) and Vice President of The Uptime Institute Julian Kudritzki.

The ribbon cutting is scheduled Friday, May 27 at 10 a.m.


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